This bronze sculpture of a grazing bull is made with the lost wax casting method, a time-honored process that dates back thousands of years. This exquisite piece is sure to be a conversation starter in any setting.
This sculpture is made using a process called lost wax casting. This process is where the model is converted into wax and then melted from the mold in which bronze will be cast. Once the metal has cooled it is cast to remove imperfections and polish. Lastly, the sculpture is finished with a glaze. To finish the process the mold is removed which means only a small number of copies are produced at one time.
The sculpture represents Lidia’s bull grazing.
- Bronze sculpture made by the artist Miguel Moreno.
- Measures: 9,5 x 6 x 4 cm.